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Thank you to everyone who has helped zondle!

We are very lucky at zondle to have such a wonderful community of teachers and other friends around the world.

This page is to thank everyone who has contributed so much time and energy and such fantastic ideas.

(PS Unfortunately, it is very likely that we have missed some very important people off the following list. If you know of anyone (including you!) who should be recognised on this page, please pass on our sincere apologies and let us know their name and we will add them.)

Thank you all so much. We couldn't do it without you!

Ben, Doug and Wayne.

Adrian Bojko (Poland)
Translation of the zondle website into Polish
Alma Dzib Goodin (USA)
Translation of the zondle website into Spanish
Amaia Irazusta (Spain)
Translation of the zondle website into Basque
Bosiljko Đerek (Croatia)
Translation of the zondle website into Croatian
Carmen Degabriele (Malta)
Translation of the zondle website into Maltese
Ceri Williams (UK)
Phonics support
Development consultation for zondle "Code Breakers: Phonics"
Feedback from teaching perspective
Christina Toulios (USA)
Voice-over recording
Chris Cox (UK)
Support in MANY areas, not all listed here (including moral support at times)
Social media support
Edmodo group creation and support
Design and development consultation from teaching perspective
Collation of ideas and suggestions
Research
Content creation
Dana Kirsh (Middle East)
Translation of the zondle website into Hebrew
Daniel Quayle (Isle of Man)
Translation of the zondle website into Manx
Dejan Kramžar (Slovenia)
Translation of the zondle website into Slovenian
Dr Paul Howard Jones (UK)
Neuroscience consultation and support
zondle Team Play development
CPD day delivery
Eren Can Aybek (Turkey)
Translation of the zondle website into Turkish
Ivo Nonato (Portugal)
Translation of the zondle website into Portuguese
John Giotto (USA)
Edmodo support
International zondle Team Play testing
Laurent Adien (France)
Translation of the zondle website into French
Internet safety day topic translation
Lidija Kralj (Croatia)
Translation of the zondle website into Croatian
Supported zondle for our visit to Croatian schools
International zondle Team Play testing
Internet safety day games and campaign support
Helping to get translators involved
Social media support
Lee Sullivan (Australia)
Internet safety day topic translation into Japanese
Frédérique Lagarde (UK)
Translation of the zondle website into French
Magdalena Kieliszek (Poland)
Translation of the zondle website into Polish
Marilina Lonigro (Italy)
Translation of the zondle website into Italian (Italy)
Mark Hulme (USA)
Content creation
Support and feedback from a teacher perspective
Edmodo support
Sofia Mougiakou (Greece)
Translation of the zondle website into Greek
Nancy Rowe (Korea?)
Translation of the zondle website into Korean (Korea)
Natalie Mast (USA)
Translation of the zondle website into Spanish
Nina Stiff (Malaysia)
Translation of the zondle website into Malay (Bahasa)
Nick Jackson (UK)
Design and development feedback and support
Olinda Lima (Portugal)
Translation of the zondle website into Portuguese
Peter Richardson (UK)
Feedback and design consultation
Phonics consultation
Consultation for zondle ClassView design and functionality
Rabbi Menachem Tauber (USA)
Jewish content creation
Support, ideas and feedback from a teacher's perspective
Edmodo support
Reem Barjjash (Middle East)
Translation of the zondle website into Arabic
Serena Davies (Wales)
Translation of the zondle website into Welsh
Sonja Antolovic (Croatia)
Translation of the zondle website into Croatian
Tony Porterfield (USA)
As an Internet security expert and concerned parent, Tony has helped us ensure that zondle is safe and secure for children.
Trish Hebert (USA)
Content creation
Mobile app testing
Merchandise sourcing
Extensive feedback and ideas from a teacher perspective
Yoni Kuner (Israel)
Translation of the zondle website into Hebrew
CEOP CRB Data protection COPPA
Change zondle interface into:
help us translate zondle
NB Questions (for students to play in games) can be written in any language!